The 48-year-old was last seen in the early hours of Wednesday (August 12), wearing nothing but a pair of shoes and underpants
Police are appealing for any help regarding the whereabouts of a vulnerable man from who has been missing since the early hours of Wednesday (August 12).
Lee Cohen was last seen at 2.10am, near The Grapes Pub in Uxbridge Road, close to Lombardy Retail Park, wearing just pants and shoes.
Mr Cohen, 48, is described by police as white, 5ft 5ins tall, of medium build and has short dark brown hair.
It is believed he was wearing only his dark-coloured underpants and shoes when he went missing.
Police have described Lee Cohen as vulnerable and said he takes regular medication.
Lee has no money or mobile phone and police enquiries have suggested that he may still be somewhere within .
Anyone who has seen Lee or knows of his whereabouts should call the Hillingdon Missing Persons Unit on 020 8246 1435 or 101.
Police said Gary Vines repeatedly offended over a period of two years including stealing from cars, shoplifting, being drunk in the street, and assaulting a shop keeper.
A persistent offender has been banned from drinking in public for three years, police have said.
Gary Vines, 29, of , was handed a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) after repeatedly committing crime and causing antisocial behaviour (ASB), according to a statement.
Over the last two years, police said, Vines had been involved in a number of incidents within and because of his addiction to alcohol. These included stealing from cars, shoplifting, public order offences, being drunk in the street, and assaulting a shop keeper.
Vines would regularly become aggressive towards store staff and security as well as the police when detained following his shoplifting offences, officers said.
He was slapped with the CBO at Magistrates' Court on July 28, which now means he is banned from consuming alcohol in a public place for the next three years.
Police Sergeant Nick Davies, from Licensing, Antisocial Behaviour and Gangs Unit, said: "Vines' unacceptable behaviour caused a number of people alarm and distress. Even after repeated warnings, he continued to get drunk, steal and be abusive towards staff.
"I hope this CBO makes him realise the distress he has caused and that he now gets support he needs to deal with his alcohol problems."
Vines now has a CBO with the following conditions, all of which will last for three years.
He must not:
1. Consume alcohol in any public place in England and Wales unless in a licensed premises.
2. Have in his possession or inside a vehicle in England and Wales any form of opened alcoholic vessel (bottle/can/cup) unless in a licensed premises.
3. Enter or attempt to enter High Street and High Street, unless attending the job centre or waiting for public transport, for example at a bus stop.